DHI is a global leader in Hair Restoration since 1970 with the best technique in the world for hair restoration. DHI Medical Group is the world's largest chain of hair restoration clinics, with 75 clinics in 45 countries.
DHI is considered the gold standard in hair restoration with the most robust research advisory board, world-class facilities, and US & EU patents. DHI continues to launch new treatments for various stages of hair loss.
The Direct Hair Fusion (DHF) is the most advanced non-clinical hair replacement procedure best suited for people with high-grade alopecia. The 'hair replacement system' is a delicate, artificial, skin-friendly membrane with breathing pores on which 100% human virgin hair is woven to match the density, texture, length, and color of existing hair keeping in mind age-appropriate density desired. The procedure starts with measuring the bald area and preparing a mold of the bald spot. We also take a small sample of the Patient's hair to ensure the system matches the scalp shape and existing hair to give you a 100% natural look.
For each Patient, a customized ‘hair replacement system’ is made in Europe based on the order form filled by us with above full details. Arrival of the system takes around 8-12 weeks. Once it arrives, the system is fixed on the scalp of the Patient, using special skin friendly materials. The entire procedure is performed by highly trained and experienced hair stylists, in our world class facilities and takes a little more than an hour only.
Once fixed, the Patient may experience a little bit of unease for first 3-4 days, but once he gets used to it, the joy of having totally natural looking permanent hair and a new desirable look is immeasurable. This procedure is equally beneficial for both men and women. Once fitted, you enjoy full freedom to wash, dry, comb and style your new hair, as you want.
Once fitted, you need to do a maintenance of the system, either in our facility or on your own, every 20-30 days. You would need a replacement of your skin in 5-8 months.”